Monthly Archives: December 2011

State Politics and Corporate Polluters in Utah

It is the Day After Christmas and Toxic Air Returns to Salt Lake City Toxic poisonous air has returned to Salt Lake City. As I look out my condo terrace toward the west, I can only see part of downtown … Continue reading

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Climate Change Denial and Disaster Capitalism in America

Hurricane Katrina and the Politics of Disaster Capitalism During the summer of 2005, I was in Europe doing research for my architectural classes I teach at the University of Utah College of Architecture + Planning. After making my way south … Continue reading

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Before The Breathing Air Is Gone

Before The Sun, Is Just a Bright Spot In the Night Time While I was still in architectural school at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, in 1970,  Three Dog Night produced an album entitled, It Ain’t Easy. On the album … Continue reading

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Ending a War of Shame – Leaving Iraq

Ending a War That Will Have No End This will be the most difficult and painful blog post I have yet written. Yesterday, December 15, 2011, the United States of America officially ended an immoral and shameful war in Iraq. … Continue reading

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